The collective sum of the individual differences, backgrounds, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self-expression, capabilities, and talent that our team members invest in their work represents a core part of not only our culture, but our reputation and achievement as well. We are working to build an organization that is inclusive, where each team member feels a sense of belonging and has the opportunity to find purpose and meaning in their work.
We embrace and encourage our team members’ unique characteristics and believe that our differences make us stronger.
We know that we are far from perfect. Here is what we are doing to close the gaps— come help us do it.
Fostering belonging at TheoremOne is everyone’s job. Our proudest moments are when team members tell us that TheoremOne was the first organization where they felt that they could truly be themselves. Belonging doesn’t begin in HR. Belonging is created when every TheoremOne team member contributes to the psychological safety of those around them.
We work hard to make TheoremOne reflective and inclusive of the global society to which we belong. Our recruitment efforts are designed to reach a broad spectrum of communities and ecosystems that are traditionally underrepresented in technology (including but not limited to BIPOC, APPI, Women, LGBTQ+, the neurodiverse, and more), by:
We focus on investing back into our people. We believe that when we help others grow, we grow ourselves.
Through our culture of feedback, mentorship, training, and opportunities for advancement, we nurture and support the potential in every Theorist team member. We use leadership-supported tools to encourage growth and advancement.
We’re working hard to build the best workplace. We want you to love your job so much, you retire here. We can’t build that workplace without the feedback of our team. We also know that feedback only matters when our beliefs and perspectives aren’t set in stone.
Building the company where you want to retire means our leadership adopts a stance of constant challenge, growth, and change. Good suggestions often become policy, for example our programs for adoption leave and gender transition.
We encourage success based on our individual merits and abilities, and all decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotion, compensation, employee development decisions such as training, and all other terms and conditions of employment, are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications without regard to race, genetics, nationality, national origin, citizenship status, employment status, ethnicity, ethnic origin, color, creed, religion, belief, age, family or parental status, pregnancy, marital status, sex, gender, sex or gender assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, sexual preference, romantic orientation, romantic preference, pairing orientation, pairing preference, language, lifestyle, social class, socio-economic status, political affiliation, military or veteran status, physical and mental ability, disability, hairstyle, physical features, medical condition, or any other other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. We oppose all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination. TheoremOne encourages applicants of all ages. TheoremOne is an equal-opportunity employer.
A land acknowledgment is a formal statement that recognizes that we benefit from owning or existing on lands that were taken without consent from Native Nations who have lived here for tens of thousands of years. The purpose of posting publicly on our website is to show support for Native Nations and their citizens today and to point out that colonization has ongoing negative effects on the sovereignty, cultures, languages, and overall humanity of Indigenous peoples.
Since our founding, TheoremOne has had offices in the San Fernando Valley, which is located on the ancestral and unceded lands of the Tongva People.
TheoremOne is dedicated to uplifting voices that have traditionally been left out of technology and business. Part of that work is to recognize the full history of our country. We are committed to educating ourselves about Indigenous peoples’ history and present-day realities.
We’re building a company where we all want to work.